Education & Action Group Leader (Results Canada)

(Results Canada, Ottawa)

Position ID: V-HVC0495
Last Full Update: 18 Jul 2023

Opportunity Details: Education & Action Group Leader (Results Canada)

Contact Peace Mukazi, Public Engagement Officer, Results Canada; Email:
  • Start/maintain a local group in your community or campus by recruiting volunteers yourself and welcoming new volunteers recruited by the Public Engagement team (a group should ideally have at a minimum 4 volunteers)
  • Organize monthly Education & Action (E&A) meetings in the first 2 weeks of each month to discuss our monthly calls-to-action
  • Coordinate the logistics of the group (meeting venue, email correspondence, follow up, etc.)
  • Promote and raise awareness and invite individuals to join your group
  • Compile monthly reports on actions taken by your group volunteers and submit them to staff on a monthly basis
  • Communicate regularly with the Provincial Leader and/or Regional Coordinator for guidance and support
  • Ensure happiness, wellbeing, and sustainability of group by encouraging others to take leadership within the group and by organizing social activities
  • Take part in webinars, calls, online discussions and campaigns to take action
  • Lead by example by taking actions (political engagement, media letter-writing, etc.), alongside volunteers and in support of our campaigns
  • Promote volunteers to leadership positions within your group to build a strong team of co-leaders
  • Ensure the sustainability of your group by always having a leadership transition plan in case you need to step down
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Benefits Our power lies in our people – especially our volunteers who are the unsung heroes. Group Leaders will benefit from being integral and essential to the mission of Results Canada and a valued resource to build a network of dedicated volunteers. In addition to the close relationships with volunteers and staff, you will have the opportunity to learn from experienced global health experts and highly trained advocates who share your deep passion for international development. You will expand your skills, receive a solid foundation of advocacy and community engagement by addressing current issues (ex. health inequity, COVID-19) and gain practical, real-world experience volunteering with remote teams. Most importantly, you will feel the satisfaction from making a difference.
Ages 15 year(s) and up
Suitable for Highschool Credit Hours Yes
Suitable For Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Highschool students ; Post-secondary students ; Persons with a hearing impairment ; Persons with a mental disability ; Persons with a physical disability
Areas of Interest Advocacy ; Fundraising / Canvassing ; Social Media ; Writing / Editing
Skills/Experience Creativity ; Friendly & Outgoing ; Leadership ; Listening Skills ; Mentoring & Training ; Positive / Cheerful Demeanor ; Public Speaking ; Research ; Self-Motivated / Work Independently ; Team Work ; Writing & Editing
Commitment Length Long Term
Interaction Level One-on-one ; Small Group ; Virtual Volunteering
Minimum Hours 2 / Week
Seasons Year Round
Accessibility Fully Accessible ; Not Applicable
Location Hybrid
Number of Positions Acton ; Burlington ; Georgetown ; Guelph ; Guelph-Eramosa ; Hamilton ; Kingston ; Milton ; North York ; Oakville ; Vaughan ; Windsor 
4 individual(s) needed in total.
Training Orientation ; Training is provided ; Scheduled training ; Training on-going
Application Deadline 31 Dec 2023
Cost no cost
Police Check Not Required
End Date 31 Dec 2023

Agency Details: Results Canada, Ottawa

Office Phone 613-562-9240
Toll Free Phone 1-855-807-8485
Fax 1-888-739-9720
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280 Albert St, Suite 905
Ottawa, ON K1P 5G8
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